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28 May 2015

Export growth to accelerate

According to the latest HSBC Trade Forecast, growth in exports will rise to 8 per cent per year by 2017, up from an average of 1.5 per cent between 2012 and 2014.

28 May 2015

Changing landscape for trade

Global export growth for goods is expected to accelerate, with potential changes in the wider landscape likely to bring new opportunities.

27 May 2015

HSBC China Conference

Qu Hongbin, Chief Economist for Greater China, HSBC, outlines the New Silk Road plan.

21 May 2015

Fiscal surplus to offset slower growth

The unexpected scale of China’s revenue fall is a concern, but there is reason to believe concerns about a ‘fiscal cliff’ are overblown.

21 May 2015

At sea with no lifeboats

Stephen King warns that the world economy is sailing across the ocean with no lifeboats for an emergency.

21 May 2015

Can Spain’s sun keep shining?

There are doubts about whether Spain can sustain its current strong growth rates.

14 May 2015

Southeast Asia’s new consumers

Southeast Asia’s economic boom is creating a new middle class, one which will help shift the balance of global demand over the next few decades.

12 May 2015

Renminbi goes global

Gaining SDR status could over time lead to greater use of the renminbi among official reserves managers

12 May 2015

US double shock bites harder

The decline in oil drilling is a key reason we have cut our 2015 GDP forecast from 2.9 per cent to 2.5 per cent.

7 May 2015

Paving the Silk Road

To improve connectivity for international trade, there are plans to construct 15 ports

28 May 2015

Export growth to accelerate

According to the latest HSBC Trade Forecast, growth in exports will rise to 8 per cent per year by 2017, up from an average of 1.5 per cent between 2012 and 2014.

28 May 2015

Changing landscape for trade

Global export growth for goods is expected to accelerate, with potential changes in the wider landscape likely to bring new opportunities.

27 May 2015

HSBC China Conference

Qu Hongbin, Chief Economist for Greater China, HSBC, outlines the New Silk Road plan.

21 May 2015

Fiscal surplus to offset slower growth

The unexpected scale of China’s revenue fall is a concern, but there is reason to believe concerns about a ‘fiscal cliff’ are overblown.

21 May 2015

At sea with no lifeboats

Stephen King warns that the world economy is sailing across the ocean with no lifeboats for an emergency.

21 May 2015

Can Spain’s sun keep shining?

There are doubts about whether Spain can sustain its current strong growth rates.

14 May 2015

Southeast Asia’s new consumers

Southeast Asia’s economic boom is creating a new middle class, one which will help shift the balance of global demand over the next few decades.

12 May 2015

Renminbi goes global

Gaining SDR status could over time lead to greater use of the renminbi among official reserves managers

12 May 2015

US double shock bites harder

The decline in oil drilling is a key reason we have cut our 2015 GDP forecast from 2.9 per cent to 2.5 per cent.

7 May 2015

Paving the Silk Road

To improve connectivity for international trade, there are plans to construct 15 ports

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10 February 2015

Quantitative easing prevented a financial crisis becoming a Great Depression. The European Central Bank has…